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with it. we have teamed up with the minnesota department of commerce to give back free, yes free, money. right in the middle of the mall. >> you guys want to find some money? >> reporter: there's just one problem. >> want some money? you sure. >> reporter: these skeptical shoppers don't believe us. >> we got thousands of dollars. millions of dollars. >> reporter: but they should. statistics show 1 in 10 of us have unclaimed money waiting. forgotten apartment security deposits. final paychecks that you didn't pick up and money left to you from loved ones. minnesota commerce department chair loves giving it back. >> you never know, it could be $1,000 or tens of thousands of dollars that's your money. >> reporter: katy westin is one of the doubters. can we change her mind? yes. with a nice find. $675 for from her extended family if other see the hubbub and start to line up at at the station. she searched her grandmother's name. >> 1625. >> reporter: wow. >> she's retired. >> reporter: jason bennett checked his mom's name and found $2,600 in insurance money. >> spend it on the grand kids. >
commerce. a series of abc7 news i-team investigations lead to the ban that went into affect on july 1st. well, after nearly four hours hanging 300 feet in the air, stranded riders are free and back on the ground tonight. it happened at knot berry farm in orange county on a ride called the wind seeker. for the second time in 12 days by the way the ride malfunctioned and they dangled there hundreds of feet in the air. engineers lowered the ride and got the 20 people off safely. no harm, no foul. now, let's go over to meteorologist sandhya patel for a first check on weather and the conditions outside right now, sandhya. >> let's check out live doppler 7hd, and there is limited cloud cover for a change. the clouds are slow to return, so just a few patches out there. as we check out those temperatures, you can see they are falling. no cloud cover to keep you insulated. mostly 50s at this hour. bundle up when you head out the door. it is going to be chilly. we have been in this cooler than normal summertime pattern for a couple days. we'll let you know if the change of seasons will bring some
the pours feeding of ducks and geese to enlarge is too vague and interferes with interstate commerce. a series of abc7 news i-team investigations lead to the ban that went into affect on july 1st. well, after nearly four hours hanging 300 feet in the air, stranded riders are free and back on the ground tonight. it happened at knot berry farm in orange county on a ride called the wind seeker. for the second time in 12 days by the way the ride malfunctioned and they dangled there hundreds of feet in the air. engineers lowered the ride and got the 20 people off safely. no harm, no foul. now, let's go over to meteorologist sandhya patel for a first check on weather and the conditions outside right now, sandhya. >> let's check out live doppler 7hd, and there is limited cloud cover for a change. the clouds are slow to return, so just a few patches out there. as we check out those temperatures, you can see they are falling. no cloud cover to keep you insulated. mostly 50s at this hour. bundle up when you head out the door. it is going to be chilly. we have been in this cooler than normal su
vague and intergears with interstate commerce. supporters argue the force-feeding of ducks and geese to enlarge their lives is animal cruelty. series of i-team investigations led to the ban which went into effect last july. >>> representatives from almost every agency investigating last month's chevron fire will attend a public hearing next monday. they will update the latest information on what went wrong, how about the pollution was, what is being done to prevent another fire and response plans in the event of another blaze it that meeting will be held monday night from 6 to 8:30 richmond memorial auditorium. 403 civic center plaza. >>> more than half of likely voters support governor brown's tax initiative on the november ballot. the latest poll shows 52% of those surveyed support prop 30. 40% oppose. 8% undecided. the measure would raise taxes on incomes exceeding $250,000 and increase sales tax by one quarter of 1%. >>> high speed rail cleared another hurdle. federal railroad administration cleared wait for construction on the 68 billion dollar project to begin. regulators say t
ex-boyfriend. chamber of commerce not going to like this san francisco being called within of america's dirtiest cities. -- milk may do a body good another dairy product is said to bring real benefits to your heart. >>> batman comes to the hp pavillion. >> don sanchez has that and more in what's hot. ♪ ♪ >>> thanks for joining us today. >> who wants to be a
department of commerce to give back free, yes, free money right in the middle of the mall. >> you guys want to find some money? >> reporter: there's just one problem. >> do you want some money? are you sure? >> reporter: these skeptical shoppers don't believe us. >> you guys want to look up unclaimed property and see if you have any money waiting for you. we got thousands of dollars. millions of dollars. >> reporter: but they should. statistics show one in ten of us has unclaimed money waiting. it comes from things like forgotten apartment security deposits, final paychecks you didn't pick up and money left to you by loved ones. the states hold it for their citizens. minnesota commerce commissioner mike rothman loves giving it back. >> check, if there's nothing there, fine, but you never know. it could be a hundred dollars. a thousand dollars or tens of thousands of dollars that's your money. >> there you go. >> reporter: kathy westin is one of the doubters. can we change her mind? >> yes. whoo-h whoo-hoo. >> reporter: yes, with a nice find, $675 for her extended family. >> i'm very happy.
,000. she was later appointed secretary of commerce. in 2008, fund-raiser steve spinner also raised $500,000. he pushed for a loan for the now bankrupt solyndra company, a loan never repaid. when we found spinner being honored again in charlotte, he went out an exit. the democrat party official block our cameras and followed. yet another fund-raiser here this week, chicago stockbroker, raj fernando was named to the advisory board but resigned shortly after abc news asked about his qualifications to be on the board. it was not something fernando wanted to talk about this week. >> this is abc news -- >> reporter: and we were ordered to stop asking questions of fernando, leave the hotel or face arrest. >> you'll be arrested. >> reporter: i'll be arrested for asking questions of this man? the democrats like to say they're different than republicans, more open about the money, but in fact, like the republican, democrats continue to keep secret the names of some of our biggest donors to outside advocacy groups, the head of those of super funds tells me he does just as karl rove does. >> and yo
to the hollywood reporter she was denied. the hollywood chamber of commerce says kardashian does not currently fulfill the criteria. >> and britain's prince andrew descended europe's tallest building to raise money for charity. this is the 52-year-old royal tethered to a rope starting at the 87th floor in london. and repelled nearly 800 feet. he says his training gave him confidence to do this stunt but he says he'll never do it gene perhaps now i can look back up it. the hell of a long way. >> and they raised $275,000 for the outward bound trust and royal marines chairitable trust fund. >> and there is death in a fraternity house. a night of student drinking led to a young man's death. >> and a wildfire burning in southern california mountain autos then, a new tradition, holiday shopping. [ male announcer ] this is the opposite of subliminal advertising... there's no subtext... just tacos. yeah, it's our job to make you want it. but honestly... it's not that hard. old el paso. when you gotta have mexican. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your worl
.s. hispanic chamber of commerce in los angeles. >>> and we are learning new details about the chaos that unfolded behind the scenes ahead of romney's acceptance speech. just eight days before the convention, the speech that had been written was dropped. that set off a wild scramble to craft a new entirely different speech so that romney would have time to rehearse. the final version was widely criticized within the party for leaving out any mention of al qaeda or afghanistan. >>> it is time now for the weather from across the nation. a wet day for much of the south. heavy rain from atlanta to tallahassee. nashville, new orleans and houston. showers around green bay. chicago and st. louis. a cold blast from fargo to the twin cities. showers in the colorado rockies. >> 80s from albuquerque and to miami. mostly 70s in the northeast and midwest. chilly in the 50s from minneapolis to fargo. >>> and when we come back this monday morning, a new twist to a very famous murder case. >>> and then occupy wall street marks one year, with protesters promising to deliver an anniversary message to
.s. hispanic chamber of commerce -- his campaign was promising more specifics. after withering criticism from within their own party, that the campaign has been too vague. one of romney's top strategists repeatedly promising specifics, saying it's about timing, not tumult. >> the timing is right at this moment to reinforce the specifics. and highlight some of the specifics, reinforce -- >> reporter: but in a new interview that aired today, romney's running mate paul ryan was asked for specifics on romney's tax plan. which of those tax loopholes they plan to close to pay for the tax plan. >> is there a reason you guys aren't naming specific tax loopholes? >> yes, because we want to get it done. and we have to be able to work with congress on those details, on how to fill it in. >> reporter: no specifics on those tax loopholes and no specifics tonight from the romney campaign on that video posted by mother jones. to tonight the obama campaign said it's shocking, to go behind closed doors to say half of the american consider themselves victims, and will take handouts. there will be much more to
of commerce president says the repositioning is unfortunate but not a death blow to the city. >> they're searching for employees. this mall is going to employ over 2000 people. >> there are 67-year-old woman is in grave condition after being hit by a bart pickup truck today, she was crossing the street when struck by the pick up. there is a police asking for your help in identifying this man. a serial bank robber. the same man hit two u.s. bank branches in sunnyvale and one in san jose in the past three week autos tonight a former private investigator who admits to or chess straighting a scandal that rocked the sheriff's office is headed to prison. and there are late details in the case against christopher butler. >> butler attorney told us his client was caught up in trying to become a reality tv star and that led him to commit felonies now, he's heading to prison and determined to take others with him. as part of the plea deal a judge sentenced a former investigator to eight years in federal prison. the probation department recommended more than 12. his attorney says the sentence is
for a drop in e-book prices harpercollins reaching day deal with amazon and other e-commerce companies that allows e-books to be sold at a discount after the government accused e-book publishers of price-fixing. don't count on job picture to get better before the end of the year, 72% companies plan to keep headcount the same. as for trading, lower close for stocks yesterday on concern about debt problems in greece. don't believe everything you hear about how to get rid of bedbugs or head lice, ftc says there is no evidence ingredients in best yet can deal with the problem. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king. >>> katie couric's new afternoon show kicked to have to an exciting start yesterday. today she will sit down with amy copeland the 24-year-old student who lost parts of her limbs to flesh-eating bacteria. then a spin with danica patrick all of that at 3 p.m. on abc7. general hospital airs at 1 p.m.. 2:00, who wants to be a millionaire, jeopardy 2:30. don't miss katie at 3:00, followed by abc7 news at 4:00. >>> if you watched the morning news yesterday we were talking abo
in california this morning. he is set to address national convention of u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce in los angeles. he will speak about sacrifices hispanics have made in helping build the nation and economy. he's expected to accuse the obama administration of squandering those sacrifices. hispanics are a key voting bloc in the election. >> president obama's attention will be on china today. set to announce new trade inment against beijing during a trip to ohio. white house targeting chinese automobile and auto part subsidies. people in ohio blame china for hurting the state's auto industry ohio is a battleground state. >>> governor brown says he's willing to live on the cheap if votes -- if voters turn down prop 30. he recently ate a two-day old tuna sandwich to prove his point. he told the paper he's not replacing things in his office. prop 30 will temporarily raise state sales tax and increase income tax on the wealthy. >>> strong typhoon has left tens of thousands of homes in southwestern japan without power and now it is moving to korea. winds of 96 miles per hour. the storm crossed ov
with interstate commerce. supporters argue the force-feeding of ducks and geese to enlarge lives is animal cruelty many series of i-team investigations led to the ban which went into effect last july 1st. >>> california's planned high speed rail cleared another hurd. construction on the 68 billion dollar project regulators say it meets guidelines. high speed rail authority hopes to break ground on the first 65 mile stretch next year. the 68 billion dollar project still faces legal challenges from central valley farmers. >>> mountain view police advising residents and commuters tomorrow's bay area fly over of endeavour might cause a huge traffic jam -- [ inaudible ] we showed you it departing from houston, texas where the shuttle spent the night. it will spend tonight at edwards air force base before flying over parts of northern california tomorrow. coming up at 6:30, katie marzullo will have details on when and where you can see it right here in the bay area. >>> coming up right now, let's find out whether there will be hiccups in our weather, hopefully not. >> what do you have? >> a little more
the commerce and industry out. >> nearly 200 people were arrested in new york, most of them for disorderly conduct. >>> well, it took 17 years, but a man charged with killing an atlanta area flight attendant is now finally facing trial. >> the victim's son who was stabbed 16 times but survived is expected to take the stand. ashley swann of our atlanta station, wsb, has more from the courthouse. >> if i would have known it would have led to this, i would have clearly -- i would have clearly done things differently, but i can't. i can't take back time. i just wanted him to get help. i wanted it all just to stop. just stop. i just wanted tight stop. >> reporter: painful testimony from loretta blatz having to answer questions on the witness stand from the very man she helped put behind bars for stalking her. blatz was housemates with carmen smith. he strangled and stabbed smith to death and stabbed smith's 5-year-old son to get revenge on blatz. >> when? >> it was just a few days after you stabbed car membership and stabbed nick. >> reporter: struggled to keep her cool after she faced question
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